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Activity Idea: Deer stalking

There are some six species of wild deer living in England, and increasing populations is leading to damage to the ecological value of our woodlands, and well as an increase in road traffic accidents (some 30-50,000 in the UK each year).
As part of a carefully planned control programme, stalking can offer important revenue. The key priorities must be safety, and the humane control of deer populations.

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Deer Stalking

contact information

The Deer Initiative: www.thedeerinitiative.co.uk

The British Deer Society:www.britishdeersociety.co.uk